Janus International, a manufacturer of self-storage doors and hallway systems, has acquired certain assets of Orlando, Fla.-based U.S. Door & Building Components, a manufacturer of self-storage building components including rolling doors, corridors, partition panels and more.
Janus President David Curtis expressed his optimism regarding the strategic acquisition. In a joint comment, Curtis and U.S. Door President John McLane said, “By combining the various strengths of our two companies, Janus will be able to serve its domestic and international markets more efficiently. We have high expectations for Janus’ future opportunities in the self-storage and industrial door industries.”
McLane will assume the position of vice president at Janus and will continue to work out of the Orlando facility, which will become Janus’ fifth U.S. operational location.
Janus manufactures rolling steel doors and coiling sheet doors for the industrial, commercial and self-storage markets. Headquartered in Temple, Ga., the company has four other U.S. locations as well as joint ventures in the United Kingdom and Mexico.